9 edition of India: a short introductory history. found in the catalog.
India: a short introductory history.
Bibliography: p. 188-192.
|LC Classifications||DS436 .N3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 208 p.|
|Number of Pages||208|
|LC Control Number||66011112|
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India: A Short History places as much emphasis on individuals, ideas and cultures as on the rise and fall of kingdoms, political parties and economies.
Anyone curious about a great civilization, and its future, will find this an ideal introduction, at times controversial, written by an author who has been strongly engaged with India for more than three decades. 12 illustrations in black and white/5(5). This short history of India places as much emphasis on individuals, ideas, and cultures as on the rise and fall of kingdoms, political parties, and economies, telling a new story on a different scale/5(5).
It must be said that Keay's chronicling of the modern history of the Indian subcontinent is superb, and if he follows through with a modern history of India (a possibility he hints at in the introduction) I will certainly read it. However, the book, as a complete history of India succeeds, and delivers a reasonably objective and impartial account/5().
This Very Short Introduction looks at the exciting world of change in contemporary India. Craig Jeffrey provides a compelling account of the recent history of the nation, investigating the contradictions that are plaguing modern India and the manner in which people, especially young people, are actively remaking the country in the twenty first.
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This tome attempts something very ambitious - to summarize the history of India from pre-historic times to "the boom of the 21st century" (sic). In the end, it ends up being precisely that - a summary.
A good book as an introduction to Indian history, but not recommended for an attempt to dig deeper.4/5.
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This book of his talks about India’s history after it gained independence from the British. This is the perfect book for you to understand the evolution of Modern India. Guha, a former professor and now historian, does an awe-inspiring job of making sense of India’s chaotic and eventful history since independence – the partition, Nehru.
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About the book; Chapter 1: Introduction; India, Indians, Indian Civilization; India: Brief History of a Civilization provides a brief overview of a very long period, allowing students to acquire a mental map of the entire history of Indian civilization in a short book. Most comprehensive histories devote a few chapters to the early history.Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
My library.This book is part of the OUP's "Very Short Introduction" series of slim volumes (each would fit in a jacket pocket) covering a wide variety of topics, written by /5().